The global population is growing by 83 million people every year. According to the UN research, the present global population of 7.75 billion people would increase to 8.5 billion in 2030 and approximately 10.0 billion in 2050.
Furthermore, industrial activities require the continual availability of water, which demands stricter government regulations. Several Asian countries have introduced Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) systems in the previous decade, and
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western countries are gradually following in their footsteps to avoid excessive disposal costs and safeguard our environment.
ZLD is a treatment method that removes liquid waste while increasing water usage efficiency. This method also intends to recover valuable mineral sources from wastewater.
In the coming years, it will be essential for industries to implement ZLDs in their industrial plants. ZLD technologies have traditionally been comprised of brine concentrators and crystallizers that use thermal evaporation (MEE/ MVR) as a tertiary treatment method to create highly purified water and dry solid products. These solid products could be disposed or treated further for valuable salts recovery.
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